Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology
Harold Abel School of Psychology
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree program provides undergraduate learners with instruction across the broad science of psychology. The curriculum emphasizes the knowledge, skills, and values identified by the American Psychological Association (APA) as fundamental in the undergraduate study of psychology and is designed to foster understanding of the complexities of human behavior and thought and the development of the analytical, quantitative, and communication skills associated with psychology study. Successful graduates of this program are prepared to continue their studies at the graduate level or pursue careers in a variety of public and private employment settings in which psychology knowledge and skills are used to promote human welfare.
Combined Bachelor's/Master's Options
* The Combined BS/MS in Education or
MS in Higher Education options are available only for select
master’s Education specializations. See the
section for details.
† The Combined BS/MS in Psychology
option affects the number of required and elective credits for the
bachelor’s General Psychology specialization. See the
section and the program requirements
for the bachelor’s
specialization for details.